Whilst most were pleased to ‘see the back’ of 2020, we couldn’t help but be a little bit excited and proud of some of the projects we were able to achieve during the year. One of the very last installations of 2020 was the final element of a range of items commissioned for a private home in Hampshire. This project saw …
Bronze (or phosphor bronze as variants are known) is a somewhat underrated cousin of the so very fashionable metal; brass. It offers similar working properties to that of its copper alloy family members, but significantly, it can provide some of the most beautiful pinky colours and tones when compared to brass itself.
It was with open arms therefore that we accepted a request from the highly respected firm of interior designers, Finchatton, based in London, to produce a bespoke table to be used within one such wine room of significant proportions.
A private client approached us having been inspired by an image of a copper worktop online and upon finding one of our bespoke kitchen copper island worktops created for a previous project, they knew it was the piece they had been searching for!
Choosing to live with a piece of furniture which incorporates a uniquely patinated metal surface is perhaps most easily described as starting a relationship with a new friend, who will reveal their full personality to you ‘one event at a time’.
One of our long-standing kitchen partners ‘Treyone’, who we have had the pleasure of working with on a collection of projects over the years, approached us with a unique project. With a shared passion for beautiful hand-made pieces, using traditional methods, bringing clients’ dreams and spaces to life.